My book in difficult times

Cerebral Palsy: A Story ‘Finding the Calm after the Storm’ – I use my experiences and lessons to create inspiring messages about mental and physical health, positivity, resilience and change which are particularly helpful through these difficult times.

If everything feels big and scary, if you’re struggling to get your head around the Coronavirus, if you’re struggling to get your head around social isolation for any length of time,  if you’re worrying about how to tackle going out of the house, then my book will help.

Over the years, tackling my own mental health became has become easier through my ability to rationale my thoughts. Cerebral Palsy: A Story brings about positivity, my words bring clarity. The underlying premise to the book is that you don’t have to mentally stay where you are that you can start to change once you recognise the need and make positive steps to do so.

Each blog helps with perceptions around our thinking, around change. They are distinct and individual and allow the reader to think about, recognise and understand their issues and what they deal with, showing them that it’s their own understanding that will ultimately help them bring about the necessary mental and emotional change on what they deal with, particularly in difficult times.

My blogs incorporate a message, strategies that allow us to think about how we perceive and change our own thought process, for us to be happier in our lives, in our own skin and in our relationships. Intuitively written, anyone and everyone can relate their own experiences to my blogs in a way that helps them understand their own set of circumstances and experiences.

The subject matter, content and delivery are motivating and engaging, open and honest with plenty of personal reflections and messages that keep us focused and engaged in the moment and what we have to deal with.

10 years into my blog, I would appreciate if you could help support me continue to run my website in these difficult times, by buying my book. Thank you.


25 Mar, 2020

4 thoughts on “My book in difficult times

  1. These are difficult times indeed, but your book can be felt in this moment. People curl up in isolation and let you speak to them directly, you take them to a place of peace.

    So make no mistake about it, your book is taking root. It’s the calm during the storm.

    1. Awww thanks Tim. I’m happy, you’re happy with my book. When you refer to it and say, ‘it’s the calm during the storm’ – it’s also my go to place.

      It helps me function too in a place of peace and that allows us to continue to help each other on this journey, I call ‘life.’

    1. That’s kind. Yes, I didn’t know I had the words in me, until it happened.

      But so happy with the result of the book and having such positive feedback. Tim’s and your thoughts mean the world to me.

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